Railway Structures


Railway structures consist of a wide range of constructions intended to support the track itself or house railway operations. Common examples of railway structures are bridges, viaducts, culverts, tunnels etc. When designing railway structures both static and dynamic types of loading should be taken into account. Since the dynamic loads are coming from the running trains, interaction between the railway structure and railway vehicle is of great importance. In fact the railway structure and running vehicles should be design together as one system.


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